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Results as reported 19th March 2019

Thornbury Running Club runners were out in force at the weekend, taking part in events ranging from 5k parkruns to 50-mile ultra-marathons.

In 2019, Rosina Rowland embarked on a mission to complete a series of ultra-marathons in Cleveland Way National Park and North York Moors. The Hardmoors series of races ranges from 30 miles to 200 miles. Rosina’s target is to complete 5 of these races in 2019, which comprise the Hardmoors Super Slam! After already completing the 30-mile race earlier in the year, Rosina ran the 50-mile race on Saturday, which had 8,000 feet of climbing throughout the course. Strong winds were a theme of Saturday’s races and Ros encountered chilly gales and constant rain on the Moors. A relieved Rosina reached the finish line in 16 hours 49 mins after she started.

The 20:20 Fission is a 20 mile and 20K road race, which both start from just outside Berkeley Nuclear Power Station and loops around the local Deer Park, one loop for the 20K and 2 for the longer race. The wind was a constant menace on one side of the course, and once the turn was made in Rockhampton there was some very welcome tail winds to help make up the lost time. Phil Lucker was the first of the TRC runners in the 20K race, finishing 6th overall and 4th MV40 in 1 hour 24:35 mins. Chris Hill was next in 39th in 1 hour 47:38 mins, followed by Sarah Newnes in 1 hour 53:21 in the top half of the field in 47th place.

In the 20-mile race, Matt Johnstone was 27th in a time of 2 hours 21:58 mins. Selina Slater was the first of the 3 Thornbury women to cross the line in 319th place overall in 3 hours 23:21 mins, followed by Judy Mills n 3 hours 33:49 mins. Suzy Cundy’s preparation for London Marathon is moving in the right direction, she was 13 mins quicker than her target time in 3 hours 47 mins in 399th place.

The half marathon season is now in full-swing and TRC runners were dotted around the country on Sunday in several races. There were PBs across the board from the trio at Bath Half Marathon. Dylan Roberts was 254th in an excellent 1 hour 23:42 mins, followed by an inspired Paul Clark in 1 hour 24:36 mins in 282nd. Taryn Roberts set the fastest half marathon time from a TRC woman for 12 years in 623rd and 62nd woman in 1 hour 30:31 mins.

Kevin Arnold and Martin Smith were both running at Fleet Half Marathon, which also serves as the Army Half Marathon championships. Kevin and Martin were short of full fitness, but still made it round in 1181th in 1 hour 44:54 mins and 2350th in 2 hours 12:48 mins, respectively.

Mike Bennewitz is on a personal crusade to complete a half marathon every month in 2019. On Sunday, he moved one step closer to his target, by finishing Weymouth Half Marathon in 620th place and 4th in the 60-69 age category in a time of 2 hours 6:19 mins.

Ian Evans joined the masses at Reading Half Marathon and set a new personal best in the process, finishing in 1017th place in 1 hour 36:53 mins.

Saturday’s parkrun results included a comeback from Liam Symonds-Barry at Kingsway in Gloucester in 30:17 mins. Rebecca Taylor was on the opposite side of the country in Norwich and ran 26:30 mins.

Jim Godden was the sole TRC runner in Thornbury and was 2nd finisher in 21:14 mins.

Laura Orna ran 21:05 mins at Chipping Sodbury, followed by Henry Orna in 21:06 mins, Chris Lee 27:15 mins, David Palmer 28:57 mins, Clare Evans 29:36 mins and Anne Palmer 35:39 mins.

Clare and John Watt ran Keswick parkrun in 25:30 mins and 31:32 mins, and Malcolm Carr finished Lee-one-the-Solent in 28:59 mins.

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Latest Results as reported 11th March 2019

Thornbury Running Club’s Jim Williams, Nancy Harding and ex-club member Sarah Andrews ran the 30 mile Green Boy Ultra Marathon earlier in the month. The Green Boy is an anti-clockwise horseshoe-shaped run from Keynsham to Ashton Court following the Community Forest Path. Jim, Nancy and Sarah completed the course in 6 hours 17 mins in 27th, 26th and 28th place, respectively, out of 54 runners. Nancy was returning from an injury, but her marathon running pedigree shone through, as she also won the ladies vets top prize.

Rachel Murphy was running in her first marathon since the sun-baked London Marathon last year. She clearly has an affinity for hotter courses, as she flew out to take part in the Barcelona Marathon on Sunday. She paced her effort well to finish 13,818th in a time of 6 hours 1:36 mins.

A smaller than usual team of 3 TRC runners joined the masses for the 19 miles of mayhem through the East Devon countryside, which comprises The Grizzly. In blustery conditions, the 2000 plus runners set off from Seaton seafront with the usual mix of hills, cliffs and water crossings awaiting them. Joanne Plumbley was the first of the TRC runners to cross the line in 424th place and 59th woman in a good time of 3 hours 31:56 mins. Kevin Cundy and Hugh McPherson were in lockstep throughout the race and finished in identical times of 4 hours 22:12 mins in 1,023rd and 1,024th.

The TRC cross-country championship seamlessly transferred to the road, as the first 10k road race in the club’s annual championships started with the Minchinhampton 10k on Sunday. Strong winds buffeted the runners on the undulating 2 lap course. However, it had little impact on Nick Williams, who carried over his off-road form onto the tarmac. Nick finished in 2nd place overall in a very quick time of 37:13 mins. Hannah Kinloch Haken had another consistent race, finishing 4th woman and 37th overall in 45:58 mins. Valerie Knight and John Fox were the next TRC runners in 310th and 311th in 1 hour 6:07 mins.

Saturday’s TRC parkrun results included 4 runners on the home course. Kevin Arnold ran 23:27 mins, followed by Louise Warren 25:54 mins, Colette Jackson 27:40 mins and Richard Jackson 27:53 mins. At Chipping Sodbury, Kevin Wood ran 22:29 mins, Christopher Pritchard 26:49 mins and Emma Pritchard 29:03 mins.

Paul Saville ran Grangemoor in 20:03 mins and Pamela Macleod finished Severn Bridge in 37:15 mins.

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Latest Club Results – March 8th 2019

The sixth and final race in Thornbury Running Club’s 2018/2019 cross-country season took place on Saturday on the undulating Blaise Castle course. In the women’s 5.9K race a team of 3 Thornbury women joined a field of over 250 runners and Clare Watt had another good run, finishing 108th overall and 5th in the LV55 age group. Clare’s performance also secured her top honours in the club’s age-adjusted championship. Sarah Newnes was the next TRC runner in 188th in 34:06 mins. Judy Mills achieved the distinction of being the only TRC athlete to compete in all 6 races and had the best age group result on the day, finishing 203rd overall and 4th in the LV60 category in 35:01 mins.

There were 4 Thornbury runners in the men’s 9K race and it was Martyn Green, making his second appearance of the season, who was the first TRC finisher in 126th in 38:17 mins. Paul Harrod had cheered his son in the U17 race and then made a quick change to race himself shortly after. Paul was the next TRC man in 151st in 39:21 mins. Jim Godden’s season as club captain ended in glory, beating a longtime rival on the line in a sprint finish. Jim finished in 168th in 40:12 mins. Paul Saville’s cross-country debut for TRC was only a week removed from a half-marathon on the road, and as the race wore on he started to feel a little leg weary. It was still a good effort and Paul finished in 208th in 42:15 mins.

On Sunday, Dave Beard and Andrew Hollingdale made the trip across the bridge to join 2,000 other runners for a rain-soaked Newport Half Marathon. Dave’s training in 2019 has been geared towards the London Marathon at the end of April and his performance on Sunday showed he is making huge strides forward. He knocked off an impressive 8 minutes from his previous half-marathon best to finish 72nd in 1 hour 27:31 mins. In difficult conditions, Andrew equalled his previous best in 1 hour 42:50 mins.

Saturday’s TRC parkrun results included a new personal best on Thornbury parkrun course from one of TRC’s youngest runners, Reuban Williams, in 22:59 mins. Not to be outdone, his Mum, Jo Williams, ran a new personal best of 24:56 mins. Nigel Hale was next in 31:31 mins, followed by Sue Pascoe and Sylvia Fox in 53:00 and 53:01 mins.

Katherine Adams ran 26:20 mins at Eastville parkrun and Matt Johnstone ran 20:25 mins at Pomphrey Hill parkrun. Kevin Wood ran 22:07 mins at Highbury Fields, followed by Christopher Pritchard in 27:24 mins.

Att Chipping Sodbury, Laura Orna ran 20:35 mins followed by Richard Jackson in 21:19 mins.

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Latest results as published 8th March 2019

The sixth and final race in Thornbury Running Club’s 2018/2019 cross-country season took place on Saturday on the undulating Blaise Castle course. In the women’s 5.9K race a team of 3 Thornbury women joined a field of over 250 runners and Clare Watt had another good run, finishing 108th overall and 5th in the LV55 age group. Clare’s performance also secured her top honours in the club’s age-adjusted championship. Sarah Newnes was the next TRC runner in 188th in 34:06 mins. Judy Mills achieved the distinction of being the only TRC athlete to compete in all 6 races and had the best age group result on the day, finishing 203rd overall and 4th in the LV60 category in 35:01 mins.

There were 4 Thornbury runners in the men’s 9K race and it was Martyn Green, making his second appearance of the season, who was the first TRC finisher in 126th in 38:17 mins. Paul Harrod had cheered his son in the U17 race and then made a quick change to race himself shortly after. Paul was the next TRC man in 151st in 39:21 mins. Jim Godden’s season as club captain ended in glory, beating a longtime rival on the line in a sprint finish. Jim finished in 168th in 40:12 mins. Paul Saville’s cross-country debut for TRC was only a week removed from a half-marathon on the road, and as the race wore on he started to feel a little leg weary. It was still a good effort and Paul finished in 208th in 42:15 mins.

On Sunday, Dave Beard and Andrew Hollingdale made the trip across the bridge to join 2,000 other runners for a rain-soaked Newport Half Marathon. Dave’s training in 2019 has been geared towards the London Marathon at the end of April and his performance on Sunday showed he is making huge strides forward. He knocked off an impressive 8 minutes from his previous half-marathon best to finish 72nd in 1 hour 27:31 mins. In difficult conditions, Andrew equalled his previous best in 1 hour 42:50 mins.

Saturday’s TRC parkrun results included a new personal best on Thornbury parkrun course from one of TRC’s youngest runners, Reuban Williams, in 22:59 mins. Not to be outdone, his Mum, Jo Williams, ran a new personal best of 24:56 mins. Nigel Hale was next in 31:31 mins, followed by Sue Pascoe and Sylvia Fox in 53:00 and 53:01 mins.

Katherine Adams ran 26:20 mins at Eastville parkrun and Matt Johnstone ran 20:25 mins at Pomphrey Hill parkrun. Kevin Wood ran 22:07 mins at Highbury Fields, followed by Christopher Pritchard in 27:24 mins.

Att Chipping Sodbury, Laura Orna ran 20:35 mins followed by Richard Jackson in 21:19 mins.

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Results as reported 26th February 2019

The 2019 road running season is in its early stages and Thornbury Running Club newcomer Paul Saville opened his campaign with a run at Wokingham Half Marathon on Sunday. Wokingham is popular with elite and club runners looking for a good early season performance, thanks to its flat route around closed rural roads. Paul finished 389th overall in a time of 1 hour 31:28 mins.

Henry and Laura Orna both competed at Sunday’s River Avon Trail 10k, a race which traces a route through the fields and woodland trails which border the river from Portavon Marina in Keynsham. They both had good races, Henry is recovering his form after hurting his back at the start of the year and finished 6th overall in 43:41 mins. Laura finished on the podium again, finishing in 2nd place in the women’s field and 12th overall in 46:54 mins.

February’s 5-mile Prom Run in Weston-super-Mare always attracts a good field and Ian Shepherd and John Grimsey were back in action for TRC. Ian Shepherd was 194th in 40:26 mins, while John was performing a pacemaking role and finished 279th in 1 hour 6:09 mins.

Saturday’s TRC parkrun results included 3 runners on the home course. These were Mike Bennewitz 27:01 mins, Richard Illingworth 32:09 mins and Carol Mosses 39:13 mins. Anne Palmer ran 33:24 mins in Lydney and Kevin Wood ran a quick 21:54 mins on Severn Bridge.

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Results as reported 19th February 2019

The cross-country season is nearing its conclusion and the last race of four in the Gloucester league took place on Sunday at Pittville Park in Cheltenham.

Thornbury Running Club has enjoyed its most successful cross-country season in years, with record numbers of entrants and much-improved results.

The women’s team have been in particularly good form. Laura Orna and Hannah Kinloch Haken have pushed each other to quicker times and Sunday’s 6.6k race was no different. Laura was the first of the Thornbury women to reach the finish in 23rd place out of 139 runners in 28:55 mins and Hannah was not far behind in 30th in 29:23 mins.

Clare Watt has been Thornbury’s top performer in the age group categories. Clare finished 2nd in LV55 age group, 54th overall in 32:02 mins. Clare also achieved the notable distinction of finishing 3rd in her age category for the season.

Joanne Emerson and Angela Bushell were never far apart on the course, Joanne was first to cross the line in 80th position in 34:12 mins and Angela Bushell was 83rd in 34:21 mins. Sarah Newnes has been a regular in her first cross-country season and was next TRC woman in 98th in 36:10 mins, followed by Judy Mills in 112th in 37:30 mins.

The women’s A team composed of TRC’s top 3 finishers were in a very respectable 9th place out of 32 teams and the B team were 25th. The Vets team were 10th out of 22 teams.

Nick Williams spearheaded the challenge from the 7 Thornbury men in the 9.4K race, setting off at his usual high-octane pace. Nick achieved his best position of the season in an excellent 32nd position out of 193 runners in 36:06 mins.

David Beard is building towards the London Marathon at the end of April and has been making steady progress during the off-road season. Like Nick, Dave saved his best performance to the final race, finishing in 68th with a time of 39:14 mins.

Henry Orna was next in 84th place in 40:05 mins. Thornbury’s Cross-Country Captain, Jim Godden, has raced, cajoled, and baked the cakes which fuelled his team since October last year, and signed off the season in 109th in 41:52 mins.

Andrew Darton had watched his son race earlier in the day and then stepped up to compete, finishing in 113th in 42:15 mins. Kevin Arnold was next in 154th in 45:46 mins, followed by Brian Godsman in 174th in 48:47 mins.

The men’s team were 15th out of 20 teams and the Thornbury Vets team fared a little better in 11th place out of 19 taking part.

Nick Williams romped to victory in this season’s TRC cross-country championship in the men’s league table and Laura Orna was a convincing winner in the women’s standings. In the age-adjusted competition, Jim Godden took top honours in the men’s competition. The women’s age-adjusted competition is still to be decided with one race to go at the start of March.

Saturday’s parkrun results included 3 TRC runners on the home course on Mundy Playing Fields. Paul Saville ran 21:17 mins, followed by Peter Blenkiron 26:48 mins and Richard Illingworth 33:05 mins. Nick Langridge ran 22:42 mins at Wotton, Kevin Arnold ran 23:38 mins at Newent in Forest of Dean and Henry Orna completed Severn Bridge in 25:53 mins. Kevin Wood was the first TRC finisher at Chipping Sodbury in 22:00 mins, followed by Chris Lee 26:37 mins and Anne Palmer 33:48 mins.

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Results as reported 11th February 2019

An injury-depleted team of 10 Thornbury RC runners arrived for the 30th edition of Dursley Dozen on Sunday. Despite many of the TRC team succumbing to injury and illness in the week leading up the race, the very hilly Dursley course had been a happy hunting ground in recent years with several team prizes and good results from individual runners.

A trio of Thornbury men formed a group near the front of the race after the start. Rob Watkins led Matt Johnstone and Dylan Roberts up the steep gradient towards Stinchcombe Golf Course for the first time, with the sound of cowbells ringing in the air from the supporters.

The first cracks in the partnership emerged up the aptly named Breakheart Hill at the half-way mark. Dylan recovered quickest after the ascent and opened a gap before entering the lunar-looking terrain of Breakheart Quarry.

The rope-assisted Precipice at the 9-mile mark seems like a sheer face of mud, which the runners do their best to pull and scramble up towards the golf course for the final time. Dylan’s family were cheering loudly at the top of the hill and gave him the boost he needed to hold off the fast-finishing Rob Watkins, crossing the line in Dursley town centre in 13th place overall in 1 hour 35:16 mins, almost 8 minutes faster than he managed the year before. Rob Watkins was only 5 seconds behind in 14th place and 2nd place in M45 age category.

The team prizes were decided by the points won from the top 4 runners from each club and the next 2 TRC runners were Matt Johnstone in 18th place in 1 hour 36:28 mins and Dave Beard in 28th. Dave’s time of 1 hour 40:20 mins was over 6 minutes faster than his effort in 2018. Thornbury’s men were rewarded for their consistency by winning the overall men’s team prize for the first time, edging out the hosts from Dursley Running Club by a slim margin.

Thanks to Paul Clark, who was the 4th Thornbury Vet to finish, they also retained the Men’s Vets team prize for the third year in a row. Paul finished 40th place in 1 hour 42:16 mins.

Henry Orna was making a comeback after a recent back injury and adopted a more cautious approach to avoid a further flare up. Henry finished 46th in 1 hour 42:55 mins. Jim Godden was next to finish in 56th in 1 hour 44:54 mins and bagged another good result in his age category, finishing 2nd in MV55.

The biggest improvement of the day went to Ian Evans, who took 10 mins from his 2018 performance, finishing with a sprint in 71st place in 1 hour 48:19 mins.

Thornbury’s women have made a habit of upstaging the men this season and Hannah Kinloch Haken continued this theme as she achieved the best individual result on the day. In her first race on the Dozen course, Hannah finished 5th out of 167 women and 82nd overall. Her time was 1 hour 50:27 mins and she was 2nd in the 18-39 age category.

Sarah Newnes was another who was making her Dozen debut and finished in 294th place in 2 hours 24:45 mins.

There were several lone TRC runners scattered on the parkrun courses on Saturday. Nick Langridge ran 22:35 mins on the Stonehouse course, Paul Thomas ran 20:30 mins on the Kingsway course in Gloucester, Anne Palmer ran 37:00 mins at Ashton Court and Katherine Adams ran 29:02 mins at Eastville Park.

Elsewhere, Paul Saville and Laura Orna ran 20:24 mins and 21:31 mins at Chipping Sodbury, followed by Kevin Wood 22:53 mins, Josie Cole 28:44 mins, Pamela MacLeod 33:50 mins and Carol Mosses 38:57 mins.

Chris Foley and Ian Shepherd ran Severn Bridge parkrun in 25:38 mins and 31:29 mins, respectively.

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Results as reported 29th Jan 2019

Thornbury Running Club’s Mike Bennewitz set himself the ambitious challenge of completing a half marathon race every month in 2019. First on the list was Gloucester Half Marathon on 20th January and he was joined on the start line by club mate Rachel Murphy. Mike finished in 440th position overall and 6th in the 60-69 age category in a time of 1 hour 57:42 mins. Rachel was using this race as part of her preparation for Barcelona marathon in March and finished in 639th in 2 hours 19:03 mins.

In other results, Kevin Arnold took part in the Gloucester 10 mile road race earlier in the month. The race became marred in confusion after many of the runners were wrongly directed on the course and the lead runners only competed 8 miles. Kevin and many of the runners behind the leading pack were directed back on to the correct course and he finished the 10 miles plus a little extra in 138th place in 1 hour 21:16 mins.

David Palmer recorded his 100th parkrun on home soil in Thornbury in 29:47 mins. Paul Thomas was the first TRC runner to complete the course and 2nd finisher in 20:54 mins, followed by Nick Williams in 23:56 mins, Angela Bushell 26:15 mins, Brian Godsman 28:00 mins, Karen Carr 29:08 mins, David Palmer 29:47 mins, Eve Slater 34:17 mins and Anne Palmer in 34:28 mins.

Laura Orna was 2nd woman to finish at Chipping Sodbury in 20:50 mins, followed by Chris Lee in a new personal best on this course of 27:44 mins, Christopher Pritchard 27:55 mins and Pamela MacLeod in 32:39 mins. Ian Shepherd ran Wepre parkrun in 29:03 mins.

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Results as reported 23 January 2019

Thornbury Running Club were out in force for the hilly and challenging ‘Doynton Hard Half Marathon’ on Sunday. The team of 21 Thornbury runners were looking to build upon their success in last year’s race, which had been contested in monsoon-like conditions across the trails on the outskirts of Doynton and Wick.

The race HQ was on the village cricket field and as the team gathered together near the pavilion there was the usual mix of pre-race excitement, team photos, injury excuses and horror stories from last year’s mud bath.
The first mile is a steady climb up a long straight trail, which slowly and cruelly increases in gradient until the summit. Nick Williams was 3rd in last year’s race and used his hill climbing ability to keep himself in contention with the top runners in the early stages. Behind Nick, Matt Johnstone was the next TRC runner over the first climb, followed by Rob Cowlard.

In the women’s field, Thornbury had 2 runners with realistic chances of challenging for the top prizes. Both Laura Orna and Hannah Kinloch were in the top 5 in the first section of steep hills and were carefully tracking the early leader from Bristol and West.

Nick Williams had another good performance after a closely fought battle near the top of the field, finishing 5th overall in 1 hour 37:53 mins. Rob Cowlard moved through the gears in the final 4 miles and started picking off several tiring runners, finishing in the top 10 again in 9th place and retaining the 1st prize in the V40 age category in 1 hour 41:01 mins. Rob Watkins was another who timed his run well, holding back a little on some of the earlier climbs and pushing on the quicker sections to gain positions. Rob crossed the line with his arms outstretched and was welcomed home in jubilant scenes by his colleagues, as he capped another winning performance for Thornbury’s men in the team competition. Rob was 13th overall, 3rd V40 in 1 hour 43:10 mins.

Laura Orna produced the individual performance of the day. She was 2nd overall in the ladies race out of 127 runners and 48th overall in 1 hour 53:57 mins. Hannah Kinloch Haken was 1 place higher than last weekend’s Riverbank Rollick, finishing 6th in the women’s field and 74th overall in 1 hour 58:56 mins. Joanne Emerson was the third Thornbury woman in 30th place, 171st overall in 2 hours 18:43 mins and helped the women’s team finish in 2nd place in the team competition.

The prizes didn’t stop there for Thornbury’s runners. Jim Godden was a clear winner in the V50 age category and 36th overall in 1 hour 50:30 mins. Hugh McPherson was 2nd in V60 age category and 236th overall in 2 hours 28:27 mins and Judy Mills was 3rd in the VF60 age category and 267th overall in 2 hours 35:54 mins.

Matt Johnstone was 14th overall in 1 hour 43:59 mins, closely followed by Henry Orna in 19th place in 1 hour 44:53 mins.
The picture of Dave Beard’s grimace at the top of the first hill in the 2018 race has entered club folklore and was used as a sadistic recruitment tool to encourage more TRC runners this year. Dave returned in triumph in 2019, fitter and more prepared for the waiting camera lens at the top of ‘Beard Hill’. Dave finished 41st in a finishing time of 1 hour 51:46 mins.

Other results included Robert Hopkins 69th 1 hour 58:26 mins, Paul Thomas 73rd 1 hour 58:51 mins, Kevin Cundy sprinted past 2 runners at the line to take 201st place in 2 hours 21:45 mins and Sarah Newnes made a good Doynton debut in 232nd in 2 hours 27:23 mins. Martin Smith was 237th in 2 hours 28:28 mins, Angela Bushell 249th 2 hours 30:42 mins and Sonya Bryson 272nd 2 hours 36:25 mins. Finally, John Grimsey and Arthur Renshaw crossed the line together in 363rd and 364th in 3 hours 6:41 mins.

John Grimsey prepared for Doynton with a run at Weston’s 5-mile Prom Run on Thursday. He was joined by Ian Shepherd, who was 191st in 39:50 mins, followed by Janet Gaze in 270th in 48:29 mins and John in 289th in 56:21 mins.

There was an international flavour to this week’s TRC parkrun results. Kevin Wood was in New Zealand at Taupo parkrun and ran 22:02 mins and Brian Godsman ran 24:05 mins at Skatas parkrun in Sweden.

David Palmer ran in his 99th parkrun at Chipping Sodbury and finished in 27:03, followed by Anne Palmer in 33:59 mins. Pamela MacLeod ran 32:07 mins at Riverfront parkrun.

At Thornbury parkrun there was a 1-2-3 finish for the home runners with Nick Williams finishing first in 19:23 mins, followed by Henry Orna 20:00 mins and Dylan Roberts 20:03 mins. Moray Sloan recorded a new personal best of 22:16 mins, Kevin Arnold was next in 22:45 mins, Malcolm Carr 27:23 mins, Chris Lee 27:29 mins, Karen Carr 29:55 mins and Ian Shepherd 54:08 mins.

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